As you probably know, I love to travel. I am constantly on the go and moving around the state, the country, and the world. There are so many great places to see but not enough vacation days unfortunately. I’ve taken the liberty of making the list you’ll see below for great places to travel and places I would love to visit personally. Enjoy and feel free to let me know if I left any special locations off the list.
This wonderful destination on the coast of California draws in countless tourists every year. The weather is perfect, the sports teams are great, and there are more sights to see than you can imagine. Whether you’re taking a picture at the Golden Gate bridge, walking by the windy Lombard Street, or grabbing a mega-sandwich at Ike’s Place, you’ll come to love San Francisco just like I do.
The windy city is a fantastic place to visit in the Fall right before the snow and ice comes in. Chicago has grown to be one of the most popular cities in America and draws a ton of recent college graduates each year. The city is plenty big and sits perfectly right on Lake Michigan providing tourists and residents with countless water activities and boat tours. Be sure to check out Millennium Park, Grant Park & Buckingham Fountain, and the Field Museum.
The city of lights is not only one of the most romantic destinations on Earth but it’s also a fantastic tourist destination. The city is covered in history from the arts, to music, to theatre, and beyond. Paris is a sophisticated city with notable landmarks like the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre, and Notre Dame Cathedral scattered about the city. Make sure you have comfortable shoes on and a taste for croissants because you’ll need both.
Welcome to beautiful Savannah, Georgia! Savannah is in the heart of the South and boasts beautiful architecture, comfort food that you read about, and more all topped with the famously sought after “southern hospitality.” Enjoy jazz concerts, historic city tours, and delicious home-cooking restaurants. Popular area in Savannah include River Street, Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, and Fort Pulaski National Monument.
Making our way north in Canada’s frontier we stumble upon Vancouver. A young city at heart with both mountains and beaches all around, Vancouver is becoming one of the most sought after locations for real estate on the international market. The city has also become a high-fashion hub for designers, and is rapidly growing. If you decide to tour Vancouver be sure to go to Queen Elizabeth Park, Stanley Park, and Granville Park.